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THE OMAHA STNDAY BEE: MAY 4, 1013.
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
BOARD DECIDES HE CANNOT BE
EDITOR OF RE0ISTER.
Men's Work Shirts, 80o and
11)0 1oz. WOMEN'S COT-
Third Presbyterian Church to Have
700 values, aiaa
In sateens, charn-
brays, ate. All col
ors, well made.
Monday from 10 a. m. to
19 a. m. only.
For ons hour only, 9 to
TO GIVE AN OEGAN RECITAL
10 a. m.
H3BmtLUiKLWJkWLM fUKHSKn J3 Wwri;n,gsssssBgW?sMSa J i i.
First Consrrefrnttonnl Chnrch, ?flne.
teenth IJarrnpoH Streets, to
Hare Proprram of Sacred
The services at the Third Presbyterian
xhiirov. Twontloth and Leavenworth
Streets, will be of Unusual Interest. Rev.
iA. B. Marshall, I). D.. In to be the
I i at..-.. I. "H-ltl
This Valley Full of Ditches." The even
'lag -will be, "Individual Responsibility.
''At the Christian Endeavor meeting-at 7
o'clock Mrs. Henry F.Kelser, the newly
4 elected Presbyteral secretary at young
people's work, will be the speaker.
& Program for vesper musical service at
r St Mary's Avenue Congregational cjiurch.
Organ prelude Nocturrfetla'd'Evry
I Quartette, "O .Coma.F.very One. that
Thlnsteth" (Elijah) Mendelssohn
k golo, "God Bhajl Wipe Away All .
Tears" ". ......Sullivan
Mrs. Miller.- .
Quartette, "Incline Thine Ear"
,Offertory, "Elegle" , Massenet
Trio, "Streaming- from the Eastern
'Solo, "The Way to Peace" Lloyd
. Mr. Jamleson. .
Quartette, "The Woods and Every
Bweet Smelling Tree"....: West
Organ poetlude, "Alda" Verdi
A special musical service with appre
prlate anthems for ascension tide will be
given at Trinity cathedral Sunday even
In at 730 p. m.
Bishop Williams will make his annual
Visitation to St Barnabas church on Sun
flay morning at 11 o'clock. He will ad
minister the sscrament of confirmation.
The offerings will be for the bishop's
u" , . ,. ,
Bishop Scan n el I will- preach at St,
Cecelia's Sunday morning.
Cavalry Branch, Twenty-rourth
ocwaru juiuta nunuoi oununy y, in.,
devotional meeting Thursday evening at
Zlon. Twenty-sixth' and Franklin, neV.
W. F. Botts, Pastor Morning services,
30:50; Blbla school. 1 p. m.; Baptist
3'pung People's union, s:30 p. m.; even
Jrfg services, 7:5 p. m. .Midweek pravr
meeting svery Wednesday evening 7:30
.Grace, Tenth and Arbor, E. D. Taft,
Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m., morn
Ins? worship at 11 o'clock, subject of ser
mon, "This Do In Remembrance of Me."
The Lord's iupper at close of sermon.
Baptist Young People's union at 7 p. m.
breaching service at I p. m., subject,
J'To Hell and Back." Good music.
Calvary, Twenty-flfth and Hamilton
Services at 10:30 a. m. and R p. m con
ducted by Rev. Thomas Anderson, a
Jormer pastor. The Lord's Supper will
be observed at close of morning service
and reception of new members will fol
low. Bible school at noon' young people's
meeting- at 7 p.m., leader Miss Nell Car
penter; mid-week devotional service at 8
p clock Wednesday evening.
1Flrst, Twenty-ninth and Harney, Rev.
?V. Jasper Howell, Pastor Mr, Gray,
KcCune. Mrs. Wylle and Miss Qsnsen are
the quartet who will sing at 10:80 o'clock,
anthem, "Ho, Every One That Thirtieth,'1
3?vnlr worship at 8 o'clock, anthem.
uKo7.Jttet hou Lord." Chorus w
"Send Out Thy Light." Tho pastor's
sermon theme, "The Recovery of Lost
Ideals, or Can a Man rv. s.',i,wT 1
, Immanutl, Twenty.fourth nnd Plnkney,
I CfiT J,' JL.4cb.rso'e Fastor-The fffi
Mil eMita Ur twenty-fifth annlvettirv
Rjinaay arid Monday with appropriate
services, ouuaajr, m anniversary
, Jcrmpn by Rev. F. W. Foster the
u'i.'Sf,!0 church "I t Bible school
Wthspwlal muslo nd address by Mr.
. 5wUit?5?im..? ,n" Reminiscence
'and Fellowship;" 7 p. m.. Hapt it Young
' ' tTfl"! union. A, k. Eaton and S. "f.
Salisbury, speakers! 8 p. ni., odrtrotse by
fupertntendept C. W. Klmon ana nv.
1. D, Proper: Mondav. n. m.. (,. it
I p. ., address by Dr. McDowell. '
First; Twenty-sixth and Harney, A. D.
Harmon. Pastor Morning worship, U a.
! "nn subject. "America a World
Power:" Evening worship, Bp. m.; sor
g",on subject, "Stilling the Tempest;"
Bible school. 9:45 a. m.5 Christian En
deaVor. 7 0. m.
North Side, Twanty-second and Lothrop,
Rev. H. J. Klrschsteln. Minister Morn
ing worship at 10:30 o'clock, Bible school
at noon, Christian Endeavor at 6: p, m..
syenlnr service at 8 o'clock, mid-week
rneetlnt Wednesday at 8 p. m. On Fri
day. May t, at 8 p. m.. Mr. Will Parker
clflo (?ot.-n The Wond' ot the Pa-
. First Church of Christ. Rcl.nti.f n,
E? ,e.?on ?fmoni "Everlasting Punish
ment:" Sunday school (two sessions), 9-lt
and u a. m.
i5.rat?a, AJ?MAv!noe ttnJ Twenty
fifth street. F. W. Lsavltt. .Mlnlster
pRday school at 3 p. m. Preaching ser.
growth "V' m' n'on on "Laws of
Hillside. Thirtieth and Ohio. W, h
Hampton. Pastor-Worship and com
Sunlon, 10:10 a. m.; Sunday school, :2 m,
if ..V. ""- . ",'".t senior En-
I iv0 ' R- m-s-svenlng worship, a in.
Ji But midweek service, Wednesday. 8 p rn.
I ' J4'7' Avenue. James Alexander
jenwns. u. u Minister-Service at 10:30
""v InJhe.6(orm It. Forum
vajqes. vesper song- service at 4:30
First, Corner of Nineteenth and n
nport. Frederick T. ouse. Pasto
jng worsnip. io:30 a. m. ; sermon tv..
Household Virtues, and Hwo AcqTlrS
Them." A collection will be taken fo?
. - r" ivi m.uu. organ re
cital of sacred muslo will be given by
Mlse Ifancv Hnnn nrh.n .. .ii"i?
I"n Vt,iUxJ t,.rilanP ES:
class. Sunday noon. John U MoCsiu? will
give an address on 'The ExperleVices and
Lessons from the Recent Tornado "
All Ralnta T.iit...l.li. n.
"- . " v..., -ii,, oireei and
ewey Ayenue. T. J. Mackay, Rector-
tKTUtir JCVU "
IUv. John William Jones. PrieituSSav
litter Ascension day. Sunday school at
F-; eomroy'on and sermon
at 11 o'clock. No evenlns- .rvir.
St Matthias, Tenth and Worthlngton.
Oeorg R Soulhworth, Rector-Bunday
eunday school at 10 a, m.; Holy com
Bloom of Youth
Now Easily Attained
(From Popular Sclenc.)
no 'longer nea to "doctor" that
- ".vl,0r' 'reckled, blackheaded. rough.
blotchy, pimply or over-red skin. You cttu
icmuvB it. uiiiHii-easily, painlessly, in-
fiwiibivcj. ar m. new ncivitlila profess.
Which anvona ran lue wfthnnt a . l n i .
i the dead and near-dead surface skin, with
I H1 Imperfections, is gently, gradually
sbsorbed-and a radiantly youthful ijd
beautiful complexion comes forth! Go to
your druggist, get an ounce of pure iner
toUsed wax, at night apply enough of
mis io completely cover ine race: don't
rub It In. Next momlng remove the wax
with warm water. The result after a few
ays is ajiQiimnin. xou wonaer wny
who cwicb iii i uitcovriea ions agT.
Let the wrinkled folks also taka hno
Put an ounce of powdered saxollte Into a
halt pint witch l;acl. bathe (he face In
! the solution and-eny.'Mhere's nothing
i ini,i liii so eidermaiiy. so promptly,
! smooth out all those hateful lines. You'll
, find Jhls lotion, as wll as mcrrolized
1 wax. works equally well on neck ,imJ
Considerable Interest has been Injected
Into high school politics by the refusal
of the executive board to allow Harold
Terrell, present business manager of
the Register, to run for editor. Tho
board says It has nothing against Torrcll
personally, and while his school standing
Is high and hla record on the Register Is
good, it feels that with 1,300 pupils In the
school nnd only one editorship available,
that the office should not be given to
anyone who has already been honored by
the school with a position on the papr
The friends of Torrell, on their aMe,
say that Torrell stands high In his school
work, haying flvo As to his credit each
semester; that' as business manager he
has not only made good but has even
broken the hlati Tecord established by hli
predecessor, Milton Petersen, the previous
year. They answer, the only objection the
board has made by the argument that
when a st&dent has been given a position
of profit and honor and made good that
his efforts should be appreciated and re
warded. That otherwise cold water would
bo thrown on. the best endeavors of a
worlyr and It would' be made to appear
that success would prove a bar to furtner
The friends of Torrell secured a petition
of t00 names out of the 1,100 who will
vote for editor, petitioning th board to
give Torrell the opportunity of making
the race. The board decided adversely on
the petition, which has been turned over
to Superintendent Graff.
munlon and sermon at 11 a. m.: con
firmation instruction at 7:30 p, m.
St. Martin's. Twntv.fniiWh'an .T OM.tv.
Omaha, Rev. Harold Linwood Bowen,
Rector-Sunday In the octave of the as
censlon. Holy communion at 8 a, m.,
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. he'd eucharlst
hiiu aermon ni 11 a. m., cnorai evensong
and address at 8 p. m, Dally service In
tne chapel every day at 8 o'clock In the
Trinity. Twenty-flrat anil
T.h?m.'i,-J5Lt,t p"tor-Morning service
at 10:30. Sabbath school at noon. Epworth
m i p. in. evening service at 8.
Gold Street Chanel. Thirl v.ninii, ....i
Gold, R. P, peterseri, Pastor-Sunday
dviiuui ui. a vi in,, x rcacninir service on
Sunday nt 8 p.-m., and ore Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
Pari-1 Memnrlsl. TwHnti'.fAiii.
tarlmorc, J. Franklin Haas, Pastor
Morning- sermon at 10:30. "Vlsinn nt at.
John." Epworth league program and In
stalatlon service In the auditorium at 7:30.
Norwefflan and Danish.' Nnrlh Twontv.
tlfth and, pecatur, R. P, Petersen, Pastor
a una ay scnooi ni v:u a. m. i'rencmng
service at lUa. m. and 8 d. m. Younc
people's meeting at 7 p, m,
First. Twentieth and Davenport M. B.
Williams, Minister Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. I'unno worship at ll a. m., with
sermon by the minister. "Minding One's
Own Business." Epworth league nt 7 p.
m., topic; "The Sympathy of Jesus;"
leaders, Walter Mayer and Ralph Carney.
Publlo worship at 8 p. m.. the choir will
render the third In the series on "Choir
Music, Ancient and Modern,"
Hanecom Park. Wnnlwnrth Avenue and
Twenty-ninth, C. W. McCasklll, Pastor-
rreacning services at io:so a, m. ana t:
P. m. Sunday school at 12 m.. classes for
all. Epworth league at 8:30 p. m. Monthly
otticiai board meeting on Monday night
at 8. The mid-week prayer service this
week will be held on Thursday night at
8, Instead of on Wednesday night, the
McCabe. Fortieth and Farnam. Rev.
W, H. Underwood, Pastor Morning ser
vice at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 10
a. m.. H. C. Campbell, newly elected
superintendent, will have charge. There
will be no evening meeting.
Hirst Memorial. Thirty-fourth and Larlt
mpre, 11. E. Hess, Pastor Preaching at
11 a. ra. and 8 p. m, Morning subject,
'Real Persistency;" evening subject,
'Trodden Under Foot.'1 Sunday school at
19 a. m. Epworth league at 7 p . m
leaders, Freda Chrlstlanson and Gladys
Walnut Hill. Fortv-flrst and Charles.
William Boyers, Pastor Publlo worship
and sermon at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Morning subject, "A Godless Generation;"
evening, "Man, the Mental Being." Morn
ing offertory by Miss Stella Brown, "The
Publican," by Vanderwater. Sunday
school at noon. Epworth league at 7 p. m.
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Pierce. C.
Dawson, Pastor Sunday school,
visitors' day. 9:30 a. m. Preaching, topic,
"Blgns or the Times W at lo:u a. m.
Epworth league at 7 p. m. Preac.hlng at
8 p. m., topic, "A Paying Proposition."'
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Church dinner on Thursday, 6 to 8 p. m.
Mothers' Day, May 11.
Zlon Knallsh. Macnolla Hall. 2404 Ames
Avenue. Rev. G. W. Snyder, Pastor Ser
vices at s:9U p. in., suojeci, - noiu -10
Egypt for the Sake of Man." Sunday
school at 5:30 p. m.
Grace English. Twenty-sixth, "Between
Poppleton and Woolworth, Clarence N.
ewlhart. Pastor Morning sermon at 11
a. m., subject, "The World Wonder
Worker." Evening sermon at 8 p. m..
subject, "Elijah," Sunday school at 10
BL Paul's, formerly at Twenty-fourth
and Parker, Rnv. E. T. Otto. Pastor
1 ,W V. rT., I . ..... , V. - -
ItCWUClUC tW I.UIlll IIIHIJ'IWUI .1, biivvi.
telephone Harney 4061; services at 10
o'clock In chapel, corner Thirty-fourth
and Seward; Sunday school at 11:30; con
firmation class on .Monday at b p. m.;
evening sermon in English at 8 p. m.,
In Norwegian I-utheran church. Twenty
sixth and Hamilton.
Kountse Memorial, Farnam and Twenty
sixth Avenue, Rev Oliver D. Baltsly,
Pastor Services for the Sunday after
Assenslon. Morning worship at 11
o'clock The sermon will be on "The
Ascension of Jesus." Evening, worship
at 8 o'clock, subject. "Good, but not
Good Enough." The Sunday uchool will
meet at 9:43 hereafter instead of 10 o'clock.
Luther league at 7 o'clock.
St. Matthew's English, Nineteenth and
Castellar, Rev G. W Snyder, Pastor
Bible school for all at 10 a. tr... subject,
"Revealing the Future." Gospel aonr
and evangellstlo services at ,i0 p. m..
subject. "In the World for Redemption."
The Ladles' Pastors Aid society and the,
Woman's Missionary society will meet
Thursday afternoon at the residence of
II is. Laura B, Eayn. H57 South Fif
teenth street Choir, rehearsal at the
church on Friday eveplng.
S. Mark's EnBl'sh, Twentieth and Bur.
dette. Rev- Dr." L. Oroh. rastqrMorn
Ing sen-Ices at 11 a. m., subject "God
Loves Family Religion, He Loves rhurcn
Devotions Jtlore." Evening services at
S- p. ra subject, ''Great Men Have
Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Merchandise
Intended for Merchants in the Flood District
SOc vnln., all colors,
The Greatest Bargains of the Year at the Novelty Co.
B. V. D.
Belts; SOc values
39c Sill? Neckwear,
gdod, new patterns,
Men's. 15c Garters,
Paris style; ,& pair,
Bone Oo liar But
tons, 10c value, per
Msn's 8B0 tWZ-
XEXOSXSTS, Bsl prlos
$1 to $1.50 values. Newest
patterns in plain colors and
stripes, with miltary or turn'
r in. 11-
down collars, or wun
011 1 collars, execution-
al values, at 48c and. . J
Mighty Convictions ot the Unseen."
Sunday school at 9:45 a. tn.i Young l'eo
!, rhrtntlnn lCntleavor at 7:15 P. in.
Service ot Bt. Morks next Sunday In the
Sunday school room main auditorium
Vlr.f rvirner Seventeenth and Dodee.
nev. Kdwln Hart Jenks. D. D., Pastor
Publlo womhlp, 10:30 a. m.; evening wor
ship, S p. m.i Chrlstlttn KnUeavor meet
llitf, 6.45 p. m.; Sunday school, li m.
xK PA,n TwAntv.fnurth and AVlrt. I
M. V. riicbte. O. D., Pastor-l'ubUo wor
ship at lo:39 a. m. and hp. m.; sermons.
Our Own Understanding" and "Joseph
In Prison;" Sunday school. It m.; Young-.
People's oocieiy oi uonnui riiwwun
Vnlrvlew. Pratt and Fortieth Avenue
lllble school at 1:15 snd atternoon wor-
hlp at 3 p. in. Subject, , uoa s iwo
Propositions." Midweek service Thursday
uvenlng at 8. The subject Is. "Homo Mis
sions," ana ine leaner is i"
"Spanlso. Americans" will be the topic.
twe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas
hev. Nathaniel McQKtln. D. U., I'astor
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock, Sunday
school at noon. Christian Endeavor at
3 and 6:ti p, m., evening service at 7:45
o'clock. No prayer meeting Wednesday
on account ot seminary commencement
at North church.
Castellar Street, C. C. Meek, Minister
Services, 10:30 a. m. and 7; 45 p. m. llov.
Iiobert I Wheleer. U. IX. ot South
Omaha wilt preach In the evening. Bab
bath school, 12 in.; Junior Chrritlan En
deavor, 3 p. m.i Christian Kndeavnr, 6:45
i. m.; pnyer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth
9:30 a. m., Bunday school; 10:45 a. m.,
public worship and sermon by the Rev,
A. B. Marshall. 13. D.: 7 p. in.. Christian
Kndeavor prayer meeting; 8 p. m., even
ing worship and sermon by Rev. A. B.
.Marshall, D. D. Muslo by chorus, under
the direction ot John 0. Qunn.
Benson, A J. MeClunK, I'astor Sundsy
school. 10 a. ni , morning worship, 11
a. m.; Chrlstluh isndtavor, 'I p. m There
will be a unlvti snrvlc at the Benson
M.,hrrM.t rhuiVih nt S n. in. The meet
ing will be addressed by ons ot the State
Antl-S:tloon Uagie workers. Midweek
service. Wednesday, p. m.i Brother
hood,. 'rnui-Miay, e p. m.
Vint United. Twenty-tlrst and Kmmet.
Rev. A. C. Douglas. Pastor Morning ser
vica at 10:11 o'clock, subject. "Tho Ascen
sion ot Christ. livening service at 8
o'clock, the bcslnnlng ot a series ot ad
dresses to young people, theme, "Young
People, Their Friends and Foes' Blbla
school at noon. Meeting ot Young Peo
ple s Christian union at 7 p. m.
The. Church ot the Covenant, Pratt and
Twantv.saventh. Charles II. Flcmlnar.
iHtotwMornlnir worshlD at 10:30: sublet.
"A Tale ot Two Cities;" Blblo tcnnol at
reon; svenlntt worship at 8 p. m.; sub
ject, "God's Two Propositions." The mid.
week service will be omitted Wednesday
tvening on account ot the closing exer
cises ot the Presbyterian Theological
seminary at the North church.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fltUi , and Grant.
Thomas B. Oroenlec Minister Public
nomhln. 11 a. in. Dr. Claude W. Mason.
I medical missionary from Chlens Mai,
'ki.m Mru.lr tin lh work In Mlnm
At & p. m., "The Work Hsblt;" Bible
r.thool, 9 45 a. in.; Chrlatlsn Btideavor, T
p. in., 'Ta Idtal Chrltlan-HU
Owing to the torribleOhio floods, which totally or temporarily put many merchants- out of business, the
eastern manufacturers were left with thousand of dollars' worth of cancelled orders on their hands which
they were anxious to dispose.of at any price. Wo bought bargain after bargain in the highest grade Men's
and Women's ready-to-wear 'apparel, shoes, furnishings, etc., all new goods that had jusU been made-up.espec-cially
for these merchants. '
THESE GOC-DS GO ON SALE MONDAY AND ALL THIS WEEK AT ONE-HALF AND OKE-THIRD
OF THEIR REGULAR PRICES. New lots of goods will be brought forward every day J at pricesnthat will
be almost giving them away. ,
The highest grade of Men's hand
tailored clothing, made by the fore
most clothing manufacturers.
MEN'S $10.00 -SUITS ....... .$4.95
MEN'S $15.00 SUITS ...$6.95
MEN'S $19.50 SUITS :v.$9.75
MEN'S, PANTS .
Splendid serges, . worsteds, cassi
Men's $2.50 Pants '. .95c
Men's $4jOO All Wool Pp-nts.,. .$1.90
Men's $6.00 All Wool Pants. . .$2.90
Men's Slip-On Raincoats, M AQ
worth $7.50, at $2.98 and. . .I-i?0
50c SHIRTS and DRAWERS, AC.
light and medium weight awC
, $1.00 UNION SUITS, athletic, J Q
style,balbriffffan. etc.. . IUIi
Men's 15c Ootton Lisle Hose,
all colors, per pair
lien's New Style Hats
Values to f4.00, nil tho latest shapes and
98c, $1.48, $1.98
(VUn's 3hos and Oxfbrdr
WorUi $4.b0 and ?rt.6p, lilacks and tans, In
laco and button' effects, Goodyenr 4 Q gj
wclta, on sale at S2.15 and.. ! A t0
Hoys' -IJ.BO OXPOKDSi, t button tjf QQ
and lace styles, at ............. J 1 Os7
50c value, t good
1 19c j 8c 18 c I 1c 39c 98c
I R5 7-:5 y Growrffi Store n the WEST" I
The novelty 6.
Prayers;" Wednesday, S p. m., meeting
ror prayer ana ienowsnip.
enrai. Twenty-fourth and Dodsre.
Hugh B. Ppcer. Pastor Morning worship,
10:30 a. xn.i Sabbath school, 12 in.; Young
People's meeting, 7 1. m.: evening "wor
ship, 8 .p. m. Sermons, morning and
evening,' by Rev. Thomas H. llanna,
PreachlnObv Rev. Mrs. Bell .at Lyric
theater Sunday morning at 11 o'clock;
uhiAct. "Tlun waltlnc ot the nrlsoner."
Sunday evettjng at 8 o'clock; subject,
"What TheoaoPhy Teaches Us About
the Heaven World." a lecture to be de
livered by John T. Eklund. Sunday even
ing at 8 o'clock, room 20, Baldrldge build
ing. Twentieth and Farnam streets.
Tnnln's Church. C15 North Eighteenth.
Rev. Charles W. Savidgo, PastorMorn
ing. "Divine Forgiveness How Ob
tained;" evening. "Js the Automobile the
Vehicle ot PropnecyT 8hould the Common
Man Own One?"
Grace United Evangelical, Camden Ave
nue -and North Twenty-seventh Street,
Rev. Thomas M. Evans, Pastor Preach
lni? at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m- Sunday
school at 10 a. m. First quarterly meet
ing May 10 and 11. Rev. ilara of Lincoln
officiating. Everybody welcome.
Harford United Brethren. Nineteenth
and Lothrop, M. O. McLaughlin, Pastor
University services, ju a, m.; sermon
theme, "On Christian Guard;" evenlnt.
service, 8 p. m.; theme, "JHie Measure ot
God's Kingdom." Workea-s' meeting on
Wednesday evening, s. uutaoor play
ground reaay ror use inta weeic.
V. Bit I. A. Anirii
Rev. C. N. Dawson will speak at the
men's meeting of the Young Men's Chris
tian association on Bunday afternon at 4
o'clock. Following the meeting there will
be Blbieiclasses lor all who wish to at
tend. A luncheon will be served In the
cafe, to which new men. In the city are
especially invited in order to get ac
J. P. Bailey left Friday for a confer
ence at Chlcsgo. From Chicago he goes
to St. Thpmas, Ky.. to meet the state
secretaries, and following that he will
attend the International convention at
Cincinnati, returning to Omaha about
Sunday. May 11, is observed throughout
the country as Mother's day. The Young
Men's Christian association is to have a
meeting appropriate to the day, at which
Rev. F. B. Stein will speak
HURON, S. D., May l.-MIss Grace Cor
ley, of this city, and Dr. Dewey Sutton
ot .Wohtey, were united In marriage
Wednesday evening at the home of 'the
bride's sister. Mrs. Marie Tollafsen, at
Mellette, by Rev. Pearse Pinch ot this
city. Dr. Sutton Is a former resident ot
Iowa, coming to South Dakota aome
time ago and locating In Wolsey. The
bride is a graduate nurse and has Jived
here most ot her life. After a brief east
ern tqur Dr. and Mrs. Sutton will return
to Wolscy to reside permanently.
Suits, coats, dresses, millinery,
etc, in every new and fashionable
style and material.
$15.00 TAILORED SUITS $4.95
$19.50 TAILORED SUITS $7.95
$25.00 TAILORED SUITS $9.75
Tnlloml Suits In mnnnlsh serges,
eponges, Bedford rortls, etc., tailor trim
med nnd Ilnlknn blouse effects.
$3.00 DRESS SKIRTS 98c
$4.00 DRESS SKIRTS $1.48
$7.50 DRESS SKIRTS $3.98
Values up to $3.50. The newest and
prettiest wash dresses in ginghams,
percales, chambrays, etc., in
all colors, at $1.48 and. . .
Tho most charming of trimmed hnts,
93.00 TRIMMED HATS
$500 TR1MMEO HAT8 ...... .$1 0
97.00 TRIMMED HATS S2.98
FIX)OD SAIjE MUSLIN WEAR
Splendid laco, embroidery and ribbon
trimmed muslin garments.
Muslin Drawers, worth to 7Cc, your
cholco at 25 d and X5
Muslin Gowns, worth to $2.00, your
c,,olco t 98S 69 and 39
Muslin Princess Slips, worth to Sli.no.
WHITE CANVAS SHOES AND PUMPS.
wortn $h.ou and' $.'.00, on
on sale at 1.59
BKOZS, all colors,
lsos and button
sizes, per card
LIES LIES OMAHA METHODS
Expresses Confidence in Tornado
PLEASED WITH SYSTEM IN USE
Believes the Trust Fund Distributed
is Ilrlno- Placed AVfaere It
"Will Do the Most
"The Red Cross -has full confidence In
the business men who are dispensing the
funds In the relief work In Omaha,"
said Eugene T, Lies of Chicago, repre
sentative of the National Red Cross so
ciety, after he met with the relief com
mittee at the Commercial club yesterday
afternoon. He Is herd on one of a series
of visits he will make to Omaha while
the $0,000 given to the relief fund through
the Red Cross Is being expended.
"The men In charge here," Mr. Lies
satd, "have a wonderfully careful sys
tem of accounting, and they are han
dling the situation nicely. They seem
fully to realize that they are handling
trust funds that Is, funds that have been
placed In their hands to bo expended
where they will vlo the most good in
relief work, and they are accomplishing
that. Their system of gathering data
and the completeness ot the data which
they gather concerning each case they
handle. Is wonderful."'
Mr. Lies said that duplicate vouchers
would be made by the Omaha committee
for expenditures In the relief work up
to the sum ot $50,000, which Is the amount
that came through the Red Cross. These
duplicate vouchers will be audited by
the 'War department, as are all funds
disbursed by the Red Cross.
"Of course," added Mr- Lies, "these
people have War department methods
right here In use every day, as they have
Captain Strttxlnger In charge ot the pur
Mr. Lies expects to go to Ralston
where he will spend a part of today
looking over the needs ot the tornado
sufferers there. He says Ralston has
made an appeal to the Red Cross for
help and he will look the case over
much as he did the situation in Omaha
before he made his recommendations.
SUN YAT SEN PROTESTS
AGAINST EUROPEAN LOAN
LONDON. May 2. Dr. Sun Yat Pen.
former provisional president of China,
has cabled an earnest appeal to the
British and other European governments
at Tremendous Reriuctbtns
Serges, whipcords, eponges, Mat
telasse and every new; fashionable
fabric and style.
$8.50 SPRING SUITS , $2.98
$15.00 SPRING OOATS,. . . .$5.98
.$22.50 SPRING COATS $9.50
Charming new models in serges,
silks, chiffons, daintyjwash, dresses,
$10.00 SERGE DRESSES. .$2.48
$12.50 SERGE DRESSES . .$2.98
$22.50 CHIFFON DRESSES $6.98
$25.00 SILK DRESSES., $7.98
$15.00 EPONGE AND IONEN
tailored hats, street hats, pbimes, triramlnKswctc.
Worth to $3.50, Chip straws, hampsh etc.,
FLOWERS, worth to Jt)l, at tlld
152 FRENCH OSTRICH; PLUMES . . .,75c?
$2 LONG CREPE KIMONOS 98 d
Women's 50c UNION SUITS -25ci
Combination Suits, worth to $2.00
t .M-98r and 70
Girls' WASH DRESSES, all sizes, w'orth
to $2.50, at , I'79c
75c LAWN DRESSING SACQjCES.,.39ci
Women's $4 and $5 HJIOES,
and I'uail'S In every new
stylo, material nnd last on
sale at S2.45 and ..
and people to prevent their bankers
lending money to the Chinese govern
ment. Dr. Sen asserts that the temper and
Indignation of the country have been
raised to white heat by the revelation
that the government was Implicated in
the murder of General Sung; former min
ister of education, and that the govern
ment, conscious of the enormity of Its
guilt and fearing consequent downfall,
will use the five-power loan, which he
alleges was unconstitutionally concluded
In defiance of the protest of tho Peking
assembly, In order to wage "War against
TEN HORSES ARE BURNED
IN ROSSO STABLES FIRE.
The stables ot the Rosso Fruit com
pany, Fourteenth and Jackson, were al
most completely destroyed last night at
10 o'clock by fire which started In the
rear of tho building, from sources un
known. Several companies responded to
the call and succeeded In putting out the
flames which had done damage estimated
The structuro was covered by Insur
ance. Ten head of horses met death by
suffocation and flame.
James Merk, a fireman of the No. 3 sta
tion, while fighting the fire on the coot
of the structure, fell through a skylight
and sustained bruises and a deep gixh
Executor and Trustee
It is customary nowadays for testators In appointing an individual
as Executor and Tiu&tce to exempt such person from furnishing any
surety on his officlr.l bond.
How many cnds have you known and there aro many where In
dividual executot i cr trustees have failed In their trust, either through .
inlsmunagenient or dit-honesty?
Would It not be wise to safely guard the accumulation ot your
lifetime and your dependents by appointing this Company your -Executor
and Trustee! ' .
J 1622 FARNAM STREET
new 2 5
styles . . i""
50c Silk Boot
Hose, blacks and
well - made; at
Hair Nets' 5b
All colors, taffetas and
price. .. ,
on the right arm. He refused to be at
tended by a physician and continued his
work, until the blaze was completely un
der control. The wound, though gainful,
was npt.a serious one.
R0ADS GRANT EMPLOYES
AN INCREASE IN WAGES
KANSAS CITY, May 2. Six thousand
men, LEOOiof whom live In or near Kan
sas City, will receive an Increase In
wages as a result of an agreement
reached, here today between representa
tives of the various unions of shop crafts
and the Missouri Pacific and Rock Island
& Pacific railways. The men were also
granted a nine-hour day. They have been
working ten hours. The agreement goes
Into effect i at once.
The Rock Island granted an Increase
of 2 cents-an' hour to the men of the
crafts and tho- Missouri Pacific an -increase
of V& cents -an hour,
The increase affects 'bollcrmakore, ma
chinists, blacksmiths, sheet metal work
ers, carmen and painters,' as well as the
An Increase t)f S cents an hour granted
recently to the shopmen of the 'Iowa Cen
tral and the Minneapolis & St Louis
roads was ratified by the heads ot the
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